人口と資源 population and resources (人口増加 (高齢化 (There are research on…
population and resources
There are research on regenerative medicine, DNA repair, and other longevity
There is a possibility to help the healthy life that might help the healthy life
Infant mortality for children under five has been cut in half over the same time period.
As long as agriculture and food production do not change, it is difficult to supply nutrition to one billion nutritionists by 2050..
About 800 million are still hungry.
We develop insect production for animal feed and human meal
As the labor force population increases, domestic affairs industry markets will expand
Increase talent diversity and increase labor productivity
Child-raising households have higher propensity to consume than households who do not raise children
When income is transferred from a high-income household to a child-rearing household, the market will be activated
It reduces the economic burden to the younger generation and provides an interesting life for the elderly
Elderly people work past the current retirement age and create many forms of work.
Masdar City is a low-carbon city that uses passive energy-saving technology to create environmentally friendly cities.
Cities such as Songdo, South Korea and Masdar City in Abu Dhabi are highlighted by the Smart City Movement.
From the viewpoint of smart energy, automatic control of smart grid, smart meter, power generation / storage
From the viewpoint of transportation systems, there are initiatives such as Smart Pass, charging station for EV.
Rio de Janeiro has installed sensors and cameras around the whole city to help social unrest
In order to prevent large and complex disasters of the future world, remodeling old cities, creating an eco smart city.
Agricultural runoffs are already polluting rivers and creating dead zones around the world.
Factory farming is increasing food-borne diseases.
Two billion people worldwide already complement their meals with today's insects.
producing pure meat without growing animals.
Agricultural productivity could decline 9–21% in developing countries by 2050.
The photosynthesis becomes active, and it becomes an environment which is easy to propagate also for animals.